From the acclaim of debut single 'Fool & Liars', to the successful release of debut EP (entitled Implosions), to their super fun album launch at the Esplanade Recital Studio - Singaporean band Bakers in Space have certainly had a banner year so far.
The four-piece post-pysch are looking to continue their winning streak with their sophomore single 'Mute'. The song, dealing with "how dating can affect other friendships", is already a feel-good indie rock gem taken on its own.
But now the standout track also comes with a wonderful music video directed by legendary local producer Leonard Soosay!
The premise is simple - showing the boys cycling around a variety of scenic landscapes around Singapore - but proves to be incredibly effective in conveying the vibrant mood of the song.
As the Bakers joyride around the country, the band members reflect upon their four-year journey as creative partners and friends.
As the band’s frontman Eugene Soh describes, "It’s like making your way up a really steep slope – no matter how long it takes, you’ve got to keep pushing. We thoroughly enjoyed the filming process. It’s not often we get to do such fun things as a band with all the other commitments piled on. Even though we were deadbeat tired after a day-long shoot of cycling, we now look back at it as a memory for the four of us to look upon, for the years to come.”